Well for some time now my light bulbs around the house have all been halogen except my bathroom, that's a large bathroom LED.So basically in my living room we've got an upright chandelier with 3 candle bulbs small Edison screw halogen equivalent to 40w each.anyway one blew yesterday so I went to local hardware shop to replace it but they only had equivalent in LED for £2 each,so I bought 3 to change them all,well what a difference in brightness and light output,I couldn't believe it..its like white daylight not the yellowish tint you get from halogen.
The rest of my light fittings are GU10 spots with 3 on each fitting, one in kitchen plus one single reflector spot,and same GU10 fittings in each bedroom and bayonet fitting bulbs on landing and passageway all theses were also halogen until I paid a visit to Poundland and replaced them all with LED.What a difference around the house.
So if you've got halogen bulbs around your house, upgrade and change to LED,they certainly do make a huge difference.
Though I'd post this to make a difference from lamps and lamping...what you running?? Lightforce,Cluson,Tracer,or maybe a D LLOYD... LED,Halogen, Cree.
So by now you know I'm running top of the range Poundland GU10 LED.